Lesson 6: Name Question or Question Name? by John Graden | Mar 31, 2017 | 4 comments You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. 4 Comments Kevin Baker on at 9:47 pm These were great lessons. These techniques to gain respect and attention of students are fantastic. Those that aren’t familiar with these may be hurting themselves and go against the values that martial arts claims to develop. I especially like the examples of how to gain control of the students attention in between the techniques. I will practice them and make them my own. Log in to Reply Kevin Baker on at 1:34 pm This course has forced me to think in new ways to help foster authority in the classroom. Doing this while not embarrassing the child, but by correcting an issue with grace. Log in to Reply Louis Garcia on at 10:49 pm I ask the same way I ask the whole class and pick the ones that don’t raise thier hands Log in to Reply Jeramis McFadden on at 5:32 pm A lot of what seems like simple concepts but I already see where I can improve in my communication. I’ve instructed mostly adults so I like seeing the suggestions on bringing back the attention needed with children’s classes. Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.